Is belief in God rational? Or has science shown the existence of God to be so unlikely as to make belief irrational?Two physicists, a skeptic and a scholar tried to answer those questions. Lawrence Krauss is a theoretical physicist and the director of the Origins Project and a professor of physics a
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Is belief in God rational? Or has science shown the existence of God to be so unlikely as to make belief irrational?Two physicists, a skeptic and a scholar tried to answer those questions. Lawrence Krauss is a theoretical physicist and the director of the Origins Project and a professor of physics at the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University.Michael Shermer is the founding publisher of Skeptic magazine and editor of Skeptic.com and a monthly columnist for Scientific American and an adjunct professor at Claremont Graduate University and Chapman University.Ian Hutchinson is a physicist and professor of nuclear science and engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Dinesh D'Souza is the author of What's So Great About Christianity (2008). Source: NPR: Does Science Refute God?Official CrimesThe Other Scott Horton, Contributing Editor for Harper’s Magazine, discusses the European Court of Human Rights’ condemnation of Bush-era CIA torture practices within the rendition program. He talks with Scott Horton on the U.S. justice system’s failure to make federal government officials accountable for crimes.Source: The Other Scott HortonMusic includes Hugh Birdsall - Bombs Away Lock and Load, The Billionaires For Bush - Billionaires Are In the House, Studies In Non-Violent Action - Ghandi Is Camping Out At City Hall, Johnny Cash - Gettysburg Address, Crosby & Stills & Nash and Young - Carry On, Supaclean - Beat The Bushes, Kenny Rogers - Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town, Creedence Clearwater Revival - Jeremiah Was A Bullfrog, John Fogerty - Deja Vu All Over Again, The Producers Soundtrack - Goodbye!, Mariachi Aguila Real - El Jarabe Tapatio